[Solved] Where does electro-static shielding occur in a charged spherical shell? | MCQ

Where does electro-static shielding occur in a charged spherical shell?

a) When electrical potential outside spherical shell is zero
b) When electrical potential inside the spherical shell is zero
c) When electrical field outside the spherical shell
d) Electrical field inside the spherical shell

Answer: d
Explanation: The electrical field inside the spherical shell is zero and this is basically known as electrostatic shielding. The electric field outside the sphere is inversely proportional to the square of the radius.

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